Antonia Hirsch: Intangible Economies
January 30, 2012 / Antonia Hirsch introduces Intangible Economies, a forum that speculatively investigates the interrelated nature of economy and affect. The talk traces some of the fundamental tenets of the complex of ideas that orders itself around notions of economy and affect, positioning value as a fulcrum, both in its functional role in a capitalist economy and in its relevance to an ethics. Affect is identified as an agent and consequence of economic exchanges and considered regarding its role in structuring the sensible—and by extension cultural production.
This talk was originally presented on November 18, 2011, as part of Intangible Economies, a three-day forum presented by Fillip and Artspeak.
Antonia Hirsch is a Berlin-based artist and Associate Editor of Fillip.
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